China’s Big Three airlines Air China, China Southern, and China Eastern all suffered higher losses in the first six months of 2022. They are the direct consequence of the zero-tolerance Covid-policy that resulted in continued lockdowns in multiple cities across China...
Airline customers in the US can expect ticket prices to be up by some double-digit numbers in the coming months as US airlines will pass on higher fuel prices. They follow a trend seen in other regions of the world, where airlines have responded to the soaring oil...
The Covid-crisis has forced Kuwaiti lessor ALAFCO to enter rent deferral agreements with eight of its 23 customer airlines, it says in its recently published report on FY21. Lease revenues were down by thirteen percent to KD 15.5 million and pushed losses up to KD...
It has been hailed as ‘historical’ and ‘making aviation history’ by those directly involved and in a way it was, but United Airline’s first flight with passengers on 100 percent sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) actually wasn’t what the press statements wanted us...
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) again singled out Airport Company of South Africa and Ethiopia’s Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSP) among examples of infrastructure service providers looking to hike their fees to recoup lost revenues. Air...
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